The Longest Holiday

Posted 11 August 2013 by Emma @ SCR in Reviews / 0 Comments

The Longest HolidayThe Longest Holiday by Paige Toon
Also by this author: Lucy in the Sky, Johnny Be Good, Baby Be Mine, Johnny’s Girl, The Accidental Life of Jessie Jefferson
Published by Simon & Schuster UK on 25th April 2013
Genres: Chicklit
Pages: 416
Format: eBook
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Sometimes secrets surface after the wedding date.

‘Don’t wait for the storm to pass; learn to dance in the rain…’
Laura has been married to the man of her dreams for seven months. But a week before the wedding, Matthew made a terrible mistake.
Escaping the humiliation that is now her marriage, Laura is whisked off to Florida’s Key West by her best friend Marty. A carefree holiday full of cocktails and fun, surrounded by gorgeous, tanned men, is exactly what the doctor ordered.
Distraction comes in the form of sexy Cuban scuba diver Leo. Laura’s instant attraction to him knocks her flying, and she falls hard.
As the end of the holiday approaches, Laura doesn’t want to go home. Is it time to face the music? Or is there more to Key West than a holiday romance?

Oh wow. What a great book. I love Paige’s books and I think that this just beat Lucy in the Sky as my favourite Paige Toon book. As with all of Paige’s books I was hooked instantly. I don’t know how she does that but, I love it.

The location well, it’s just heavenly. The sun, the sand and then the men. Oh the men and by men I really mean man.

Leo. That man is hot, sexy and troubled. A chiselled jaw, dark eyes, dark eyebrows, olive skin and short black hair. Did I mention hot and sexy? Sorry I’m a little bit in love.

Lets talk about Laura. Laura was first introduced in Chasing Daisy. Here she was portrayed as a perfect socialite and quite honestly I didn’t like her. At all. However after one or two pages of this book I completely changed my mind.

This book had a little bit of everything; laughter, sadness, sun, sand, love and heartbreak. There was such a shocking twist in this book. I did not see it coming.

I loved the ending of this book and I really, really hope Paige brings these characters back for a sequel.

About Paige Toon

I was born in 1975 and my dad’s career as a racing driver meant that I grew up between Australia, England and America. I worked at heat magazine for eight years as Reviews Editor, but left to have a baby. I’m now a full-time author and freelance journalist. I live in North London with my husband Greg, son Indy and daughter Idha.

Emma @ SCR

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